CONTEMPORARY DESIGN CONCEPTS IN CAMOUFLAGE: UNIVERSAL VERSUS SPECIALIZED

SECTION 4: INDUSTRIAL DESIGN AND GRAPHIC DESIGN

  • TACHEV Momchil Head assistant professor of Design; Technical University - Varna, Department of Industrial Design
Keywords: camouflage patterns, field grey, additive mix, colour.

Abstract

In present days there is a strong influence of the concept incorporating increased use of low intensive colours and small “digitalized” form structures for modern army camouflage designs. It was proclaimed as a revolutionary “universal” design line. It was supposed to be superior to others patterns designs and to be optimal for most types of environment. Meanwhile, some arm forces insist on developing more limited as terrain range camouflage design but with better efficiency and specialization. These two concepts in design reflect the political and the military philosophies of the countries they represent. However, at the end for the soldiers at the battlefield it is a matter of survival.

Published
2015-06-13
How to Cite
Momchil, T. (2015). CONTEMPORARY DESIGN CONCEPTS IN CAMOUFLAGE: UNIVERSAL VERSUS SPECIALIZED. Journal of Industrial Design and Engineering Graphics, 10(2), 63-66. Retrieved from http://sorging.ro/jideg/index.php/jid/article/view/269